Best Practices for Home Network Security – SandBoxing

Surfing compromised or malicious web sites is a common way to infect your PC with malware. Consider using one of several available web browsers (e.g. ChromeTM[4], Safari®[5]) that provide a sandboxing capability. Sandboxing creates a bubble or virtual environment that contains malware infections during execution thereby not infecting the PC operating system.

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I have been involved in technology for over 25 years to include Network design, deployment, and configuration of various logging and reporting techniques for these systems into a Secure Managed Environment, Systems Administration and the delivery of technology services to assist customers in their business processes. I have been heavily involved in Cyber for the past ten years and currently hold a CISSP and SANS – GSEC certifications.
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